Club Softball Rankings

FPN 18U Super 60 Rankings: No. 16 through No. 20 Breakdown


A smaller market team with big talent and a history of success at the national level, Originals Simbeck had another impressive summer on the field. Key finish for our rankings include a 5th place at USA Elite Select! With a great mix of players from different graduation years, expeect to see Originals Simbeck celebrating continued success with a stellar combination of senior leadership and young talent.

Key Players:

  • Mariah Hanner (2019, OF/1B) Committed
  • Brielle Beavers (2018, OF) Avila
  • Kaylie Chancellor (2018, C/3B) Avila
  • Peyton Daniel (2020, OF) Uncommitted
  • Sydney McQuinn (2019, MIF/3B) Committed



Recording top ten finishes at PGF Premier nationals the past three years in a row, the Cal Cruisers finished high again claiming an impressive 3rd place finish in 2018. Sievers’ team also finished T-9 at IDT in Colorado. Sievers has helped developed an amazing, consistent, and powerful program that has been a staple in the California club ball scene and collegiate recruiting trial since 1994.

Key Players:

  • Jasmine Sievers (2018, SS) Oregon
  • Rachel Cid (2018, INF) Oregon
  • Huntry Ava (2019, 1B/3B) BYU
  • Alyssa Pinto (2018, UT) Oregon
  • Cameron Cecil (2018, INF) Iowa
  • Savannah Diederich (2018, P) Ole Miss
  • Ella Nadeau (2021, MIF) Stanford



A staple in the club ball world, the Corona Angels made noise yet again in 2018 highlighted by a 3rd place finish at PGF Premier and T-9th at IDT Colorado. Comprised of a well-balanced, powerful, and veteran roster Marty Tyson’s team dominated. It is always exciting to see the Angels year in and year out as it is another program that simply reloads across all age divisions with new talent when its athletes graduate or move up.

Key Players:

  • Jenna Servi (2019, INF) Louisville
  • Sydnee Huff (2019, INF) Stanford
  • Taylor Pack (2019, Catcher) Ohio State
  • Gisele Tapia (2019, INF) Duke
  • Madison Huskey / Washington
  • Nia Carter (2019, OF) Iowa



In what has become a powerhouse program, the Texas Bombers organization has continued to grow and expand at a rapid rate. The Bombers perform at the very top levels nationally across all age divisions and are a tough challenge for any opponent. They check-in at No. 19 on our list after an impressive 2nd place finish at Triple Crown. The Texas Bombers have a massive roster stacked with impressive talent spread across the graduation years of 2019-2021. With this diversity in ages, don’t expect to see them slowing down anytime soon. Look for the Bombers to only improve and reload year in and out for the foreseeable future.

Key Players:

  • Danieca Coffey (2020, INF) LSU
  • Tori Whillock (2019, OF) Texas Tech
  • Brionna Warren (2020, OF) Texas A&M
  • Sydney Fritsch (2019, OF) Texas A&M
  • Mariana Torres (2020, INF) Texas A&M
  • Anna Jones (2019, OF) LSU
  • Ashley Daughtery (2019, P) Texas A&M
  • Taylor Edwards (2019, P) LSU
  • Baylea Brandon (2021, INF) LSU
  • Jordan McClain (2020, INF) Baylor
  • Cait Calland (2019, C) LSU



Another smaller yet powerful program, the Lady Lightning hails from the North Carolina/East Coast area and has a steady history of success on the national circuit. Notable finishes in 2018 include 5th a TC Nationals, 17th place at IDT in Colorado, and a berth to PGF Premier.

Key Players:

  • Kate Cressey (2018, SS) Stanford
  • Melody Coombs (2020, OF/2nd) Syracuse
  • Alayna Silvis (2018, OF) George Washington
  • Leanna Mathews (2019, 2B) Syracuse
  • Megan Osterhaus (2018, P) George Washington
  • Clare Zureich (2018, P) Virigina
  • Savannah Brown (2019, P) Syracuse
  • Sydney Nester (2018, P) NC State
  • Kelli Wagner (2018, 1B/C) NC State
  • Dakota Christie (2018, 3B) NC State


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